A Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild CEMU port has been added to the emulator of the same name, and actually runs at a fairly good framerate too. The framerate does, however, rely on the computer you’re using to run the emulator, even possibly beyond a 4K texture pack.
With a game that’s as high-quality in visuals as Breath of the Wild, it takes a specific tier of systems to run it. CEMU has had more than a few instances where while first porting a game it has run slowly, with a bad framerate.
However, it seems that the Breath of the Wild CEMU port has been worked on enough for the framerate to be acceptable.
This is, of course, depending on how good a person’s system is. The specific example that CEMU uses includes a a GTX 970 GPU, 16 GB DDR4 RAM and I5-6500 3.2GHz CPU, which all comes together to make the game able to run on a PC.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is currently available on the Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo Wii U, in addition to being available on CEMU. On both the Switch and the Wii U, despite the different capabilities of the console, the game has been called one of the best-looking Zelda games yet.
However, even then some people have made it even prettier, with a 12k GFX and ReShade making the game look even more amazing than it already does. If you want to see the two different ways that the Breath of the Wild CEMU port runs for yourself, you can look at the videos above.
Or, if you already own the game on the Nintendo Switch or the Wii U, you can take part in the 1.1.1 update, which helps to stabilize Breath of the Wild’s own framerate and makes it smoother.